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Though his father spent six years at defensive end for coach Bill Parcells - then with the Giants, now with Dallas - Aaron Martin says it was the son of Parcells' old quarterback who really got him a shot with the Cowboys.
"My big break," said Martin, who has signed a free-agent contract, "came when Chris Simms called."
Rutgers' Martin ready for his shot with 'Boys
A former Scarlet Knight superstar has decided to hang them up.
One-time Rutgers women's basketball great Sue Wicks, arguably the best female athlete in school history, has announced her retirement from the WNBA after a six-year career.
Wicks was the New York Liberty's first-ever draft pick, at sixth overall, and finished as the all-time leader in blocked shots (155) and rebounds (788).
Wicks announces retirement after six years of play
Senior Leon Shade (Montclair, NJ) entered the game in the bottom of the sixth inning as a defensive replacement, but it was his offense that provided the difference in Rutgers 10-7, come-from-behind, 10-inning victory over Lafayette this afternoon. Shade was 2-for-2 with a walk, three RBI and three runs scored as Rutgers rebounded from a 6-1 deficit for its 11th-straight victory in a game that featured 24 hits, 12 errors and took 3:25 to complete. Rutgers is now 23-14 overall.
Shade Triggers Comeback in RUs 10-7 Win Over Lafayette
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Charlie Villanueva woke up late yesterday morning, still not knowing what he is going to do. The All-American from Brooklyn who had verbally committed to Illinois did not know that former Southern Illinois coach Bruce Weber would be introduced as the new coach of Illini.
"I haven't heard anything," Villanueva said from his dorm room at Blair Academy in New Jersey. "I guess I pretty much have to look into it now. All the assistant coaches went to Kansas with Coach (Bill) Self, so I haven't really talked to anyone from Illinois."
Villanueva up in air as Illini name coach
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Larry Eustachy struck a sympathetic pose Wednesday, sitting beside his wife, owning up to a number of unseemly incidents he said were a result of poor judgment and alcoholism he has begun addressing.
College scandals extending into offseason
Bowl Championship Series administrators have begun in earnest, and earlier than expected, developing the postseason landscape for college football beginning in 2006.
BCS kicks off fifth bowl, title game for consideration
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